What is Gynox Vaginal Douche Kit?
Gynox Vaginal Douche Kit is a vaginal douching liquid that cleans and deodorizes the vagina without disturbing the microflora. Gynox Vaginal Douche Kit is used for cleaning the area in case of vaginal discharge, burning, itching, unpleasant odors, and fungal or bacterial infections.
Vaginal douching is washing the vagina with water or a mixture of fluids to eliminate odors and “clean” the vagina. One in five women between the ages of 15 and 44 use douches regularly. A 2002 survey found that the practice is more common in African-American and Hispanic women. In addition, one study found that teenagers of all ethnicities and races are more likely to douche.
Gynox Vaginal Douche Kit is available in 3 variants namely, lactic acid, baking soda, and vinegar.
How it works
Gynox Vaginal Douche Kit contains acetic acid, tea tree oil, and aloe vera. The vaginal irritation kit provides a refreshing cleansing feeling and hygiene. Its Aloe Vera content helps to reduce the burning sensation, mild and intense itching, and pain.
Tea tree oil has antiviral (virusicidal), antibacterial (bactericidal), antifungal (fungicidal), and antiseptic properties. The acetic acid, help adjust the pH of the buffered solution in the range from 2.8 to 3.5 this helps to repair and self-clean the vaginal membrane.
How to use Gynox Vaginal Douche Kit
Gynox Vaginal Douche Kit usually comes with a bottle. You squirt the douche upward through a tube or nozzle into your vagina. The water mixture then comes back out through your vagina. However, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommends that women avoid the practice of vaginal douching. Most physicians also do not recommend douching. Douching can disrupt the balance of bacteria in the vagina and can alter the normal pH of the vagina. Changes in the composition of the bacteria that normally reside within the vagina can lead to an increased risk of vaginal infections such as yeast infections.
Alternatives to douching with Gynox Vaginal Douche Kit
You might have heard that the vagina is like a self-cleaning oven — a pretty accurate metaphor. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists points out that your vagina cleans itself and keeps itself healthy by maintaining the correct pH balance and cleaning itself with natural secretions
The easiest way to keep the vagina clean is by washing with water when bathing or showering. A non-fragranced wash can be used, or one designed for vaginal use that will not upset the natural pH balance of the vagina.
When washing, a person should gently hold the outer folds of the vagina back and rinse or splash with water.
Do not scrub the area and avoid getting soap or washes inside the vagina. If using a wash, the individual should make sure to rinse thoroughly afterward and gently pat dry with a clean towel.